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Suzanne Rowe: Public Presentations

Selected Presentations

University of Oregon School of Law, Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop, December 2013.

University of Kansas School of Law, Central States Legal Writing Conference, Association of Legal Writing Directors Scholars’ Forum (co-facilitator), September 2013.

University of Kansas School of Law, Central States Legal Writing Conference, Making Sausage: Politics in the ABA Self-Study Process (with C. Parker), September 2013.

Association of American Law Schools (Washington, DC), Workshop for Beginning Legal Writing Teachers (panelist and workshop facilitator), June 2013.

University of Oregon School of Law, Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, Association of Legal Writing Directors Scholars’ Forum (co-facilitator), August 2012.

Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference (Desert Springs, CA), Trans-Cultural Lawyering: Addressing Differences in Argumentation and Style, June 2012.

Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law, Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference, Association of Legal Writing Directors Scholars’ Forum (co-facilitator), March 2012.

San Francisco Law School, Western States Legal Writing Conference, Culture Shock: Crossing Boundaries in Argumentation, Writing, and Style, August 2011.

Pacific McGeorge School of Law, Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, ABA Accreditation Standards: Change, Risk, and Opportunity (plenary panel), June 2011.

John Marshall Law School, Global Legal Skills Conference, May It Please the Court’s Culture: International Challenges in American Appellate Advocacy, May 2011.

Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference (Marco Island, FL), Investing in the Future: Creating Effective Teaching Assistants (moderator), June 2010.

Mercer University School of Law, Symposium-The Legal Writing Institute: Celebrating 25 Years of Teaching & Scholarship Program design (invited plenary panel presentation), November 2009.

Lewis & Clark Law School, Northwest Legal Writing Conference, Programs, Curricula, and Why They Matter: The Impact of Writing (moderator), August 2009.

Association of Legal Writing Directors Scholars’ Forum (Portland, OR) (co-facilitator), August 2009.

Legal Writing Institute Writers Workshop (Mt. Hood, OR), By the Numbers: Lessons from the Time-Lapse Photography of Legal Writing Surveys, July 2009.

University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, ABA Update (invited plenary panel presentation), July 2009.

University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, Tales of Development in LRW, Told by Pioneers and Newcomers (invited plenary panel presentation), July 2009.

University of Oregon School of Law, Thinking Out Loud Series, Learning Disabilities and the Americans with Disabilities Act: The Conundrum of Dyslexia and Time March 2009.

Indiana University School of Law–Indianapolis, Legal Writing Institute Conference, The Science Behind the ADA, July 2008.

Northwest Legal Writing Conference, Gonzaga University School of Law, Sabbaticals: Politics and Possibilities, August 2007.

Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, University of Denver Sturm College of Law,Expanding Your Thinking and Gaining a New Perspective: Opportunities for Rejuvenation, Rewards, Challenges, and Lessons Learned, June 2007 (panel presentation).

Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, University of Denver Sturm College of Law,Beyond Technology: Teaching the Substance of State Research, June 2007 (moderator).

Boston College Law School, January 2007, Colloquium on Teaching Legal Research Analytically.

Legal Writing Institute Conference, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, June 2006, Legal Writing Scholarship: What “Counts”? (A Discussion on New Math) (panel presentation).

Legal Writing Institute Conference, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, June 2006, Publishing Legal Writing Books (panel presentation).

Oregon Colloquium on Legal Writing, University of Oregon, ABA Accreditation Update, May 2006.

Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference, University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ, March 2006,Accreditation Standards and Politics.

Northwest Legal Writing Conference, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, September 2005,The ABA, Accreditation, and Legal Writing Programs.

Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, July 2005, ABA Accreditation Standards and Legal Writing: Process and Progress (invited plenary panel presentation).

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt / Tonkon Torp, Portland, OR, September 2004, Legal Writing in Practice (two-day attorney CLE programs).

Legal Writing Institufte Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA, July 2004, Directorless Programs (invited facilitator).

Legal Writing Institute Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA, July 2004, Reasonable Accommodations for Unreasonable Requests: The ADA in LRW.

Legal Writing Institute Writers Workshop, Port Ludlow, WA, July 2004, Reasonable Accommodations for Unreasonable Requests: The Americans with Disabilities Act in Law School Seminars.

Stoel Rives LLP, Portland, OR, June 2004, Legal Writing in Practice (summer associate training).

Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, March 2004, Change (invited plenary speaker).

Association of American Law Schools, Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research, Atlanta, GA, January 2004, Can We Be Too Accommodating? Probing the Outer Limits of the ADA (moderator).

Pacific Northwest Legal Writing Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA, August 2003, Best Practices in Teaching Legal Research.

Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, July 2003, Leading Without Directing (co-facilitator).

Legal Writing Institute Conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, May 2002, Every Journey Begins with a Single Step: Teaching the First Class.

American English Institute, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, November 2001, What Do Lawyers Write?

Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, July 2001, One Small Step . . . Ideas That One Person Can Implement to Begin the Process of Institutional Change at His or Her School (co-facilitator).

University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR, February 2001, Teaching Effectiveness Seminar: The Present and Future of the Legal Research and Writing Program.

Legal Writing Institute Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA, July 2000, Having It All or Doing It All: Teaching “Substantive” Law and Writing in the Upper Level Curriculum (panel presentation).


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